fuzzy (adj.) Look up fuzzy at Dictionary.com
1610s, "soft, spongy," from fuzz + -y (2). Compare Low German fussig "weak, loose, spongy," Dutch voos "spongy." From 1713 as "covered with fuzz;" 1778 as "blurred;" and 1937 as "imprecise," with reference to thought, etc. Related: Fuzzily; fuzziness.